Applications are ready! Click on the link and fill it out for each camper attending. When you mail your check make sure you include a note on what camper payment is for.
Read all the information on the application, as there are changes that have been made from past years. We can't wait to see you all for a week of fellowship and encouragement.
Campers Check-In will begin at 4:00pm Sunday
All staff must complete the youth protection training and provide a copy of your completed certificate.
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Monday - Thursday Schedule
Monday - Old Camp T-Shirt
Tuesday - Camo Day
Wednesday - Super Hero Day
Thursday - Patriotic Day
Friday - School Colors Day
Camp Location - 7819 Singleton Bend Road. Marble Falls, TX 78654. The camp is located between Marble Falls, TX and Cedar Park, TX just off of highway 1431 in the Texas Hill Country. We are 17.2 miles west of Cedar Park, 6 miles west of Lago Vista and about 21 miles east of Marble Falls. Turn south on Singleton Bend Rd. (it’s the only way you can turn) and entrance will be at the bottom of the hill on left. We are located on the corner of Hwy 1431 and Singleton Bend Road.
Special Medical Statement- All medication brought to camp must be in the original bottle or dispenser. Any medications not in the original container will be sent back home with parents. No child will be given medications, not in its original container. Medications not in the original containers cannot, by law be passed out to minors. Please, if you are on medications, make sure you bring them to the nurse in their original container. This is the state and federal law mandated for the purpose of making sure a child is not given the wrong
medications. We will make sure each child has their medications when they need them. Please help us in our endeavor so we may continue to be a wonderful part of your camping experience.
The purpose of CTCC is to provide association in the spirit of Christ and to exemplify the joy of Christian living for young people by teaching the word of God in its purity.
Campers will receive t-shirts. In order to insure you receive the correct size, please have your application in no later than May 15th.
Each camper is insured while they are on the premises of Camp Hensel with supplemental medical insurance. The cost of the insurance is included in the camp fee. In case of injury or illness, your primary insurance will be billed first, and then the supplemental coverage.
CTCC’s commitment is to have the best food served at any camp. If anyone cares to join us for a meal, 12 hours’ advance notice would be appreciated. There will be a $10.00 charge per person, $8.00 per child.
Who May Attend:
The camp is for any youth who has finished the 4th grade and those having completed 12th grade. (18-year-olds must sign a special release allowing the staff access to vehicles and all personal property).
What to Bring:
Each camper must bring his own sheets, pillow, blanket, towels, robe, and toiletry articles. Bring a Bible note-taking material and pens. Please bring baseball or softball gloves for sports, flashlight, and insect repellent, sunscreen. When the campers arrive, a cabin and bunk will be assigned. You may bring an electric fan if you so desire. Please write names on all items.
Clothing - The directors of Camp Hensel are concerned about the type of clothing worn at camp. They have decided that modest shorts (no shorter than 6 inches above the knee), and modest shirts will be the only acceptable clothing for activities. Shirts must not be see-through and can be sleeveless as long as all undergarments are properly covered, and they are 3 finger width wide straps.NO LEGGINGS, SOPHIE or RUNNING SHORTS (Running shorts are permitted with spandex underneath that are no shorter than 6 inches above the
knee), SPAGHETTI STRAPS, TANK TOP, OR CROP-TOP TYPE. ALL SHIRTS MUST HANG BELOW THE WAISTLINE. Campers not abiding by these guidelines will be issued alternative clothing or may be subject to dismissal. PLEASE, MODEST SWIMSUITS.
What Not to Bring - Do not bring firearms of any kind, knives, axes, or metal spiked shoes. Cell phones are allowed during cabin time only. Do not bring illegal substances, tobacco or alcohol to camp. Disciplinary actions will be taken on those not complying with the rules of the camp. All camper vehicle keys will be turned into camp director until the end of camp.